Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Amazon Elasticsearch Service now enables users to encrypt data

Amazon Web Service has announced that Amazon Elasticsearch Service now enables the users to encrypt the data utilizing the keys that are managed via the AWS Key Management Service. Amazon Elasticsearch is an open source analytics and search engine for application monitoring, full-text search, log analytics and much more. Amazon Elasticsearch Service provisions Elasticseach’s easy usage of the real-time feature and APIs along with the security, availability, and scalability needed by the production workloads. Amazon Elasticsearch Service domain with encryption allows automated Amazon S3 snapshots, including primary and replica indices, log files, all the data stored on the underlying the file systems are encrypted, memory swap files and log files. Amazon Elasticsearch Service handles the decryption and encryption seamlessly so you don’t have to customize the application to access the data. 

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